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Coleman on Coventry Shortlist!

Coleman on Coventry Shortlist!

Ex-Fulham manager, Chris Coleman, could be on the verge of a return to English football.

After Coventry City disposed of the services of Ian Dowie, the thirtieth manager to lose their job this season, Ray Ranson, the Coventry City chairman is hastily looking for a replacement to steady the ship.

Coleman, who had a spell in Spanish football with Real Sociedad after leaving Craven Cottage, finds himself named alongside ex-Newcastle coach Nigel Pearson, in the list of front-runners.

We here at Vital Fulham would like to take this opportunity to wish Chris all the luck in the world when it comes to securing a new position, however, we would question whether Coventry, in their current climate, is a suitable destination.

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Tuesday February 12 2008
Time: 5:04PM

Comments

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I guess if he's got any sense he'll wait for something else to come along!
merlin
12/02/2008 19:14:00
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Possibly the Welsh job?
merlin
12/02/2008 19:15:00
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Shame we didn't give him the backing that we gave that idiot Sanchez! We might not be in this mess now. Good luck Chris!
donfulham
12/02/2008 23:21:00
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I still think it was a positive move getting rid of chris. As much as i liked the guy he didn't get the best out of his players with easy training sessions, etc.
oranje_emu
13/02/2008 17:15:00
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but he had to watch as they were all sold from under his feet without decent replacements coming in!
Putney
15/02/2008 17:25:00
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